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|ref=<ref name="d4">Fourth Databook, page 326</ref>
 
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|viz manga=Beetle Jamming Jutsu
 
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|parent jutsu=Parasitic Destruction Insect Technique
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|jutsu class type=Supplementary
 
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The user has a large amount of their [[kikaichū]] and has them spread out over a wide area around themselves. The insects then emit a small amount of the their host's respective chakra that they usually feed on. This confuses [[sensor]]-type shinobi's [[Chakra Sensing Technique|chakra-sensing]] ability, as the insects' irregular distribution and grouping together result in the creation of numerous false 'images' or chakra signals, making it more difficult to distinguish the user's actual location.
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The user has a large amount of their [[kikaichū]] and has them spread out over a wide area around themselves. The insects then emit a small amount of the their host's respective chakra that they usually feed on. This confuses [[sensor]]-type shinobi's [[Sensing|chakra-sensing]] ability, as the insects' irregular distribution and grouping together result in the creation of numerous false 'images' or chakra signals, making it more difficult to distinguish the user's actual location.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* The name of this technique is another case of an English word being given kanji, similar to many techniques used by [[Kumogakure]] shinobi.
 
* The name of this technique is another case of an English word being given kanji, similar to many techniques used by [[Kumogakure]] shinobi.
 
* {{translation|"Mingu"|民具|lit meaning=folk tools}} — as used in the name of this technique — are common, everyday items that have become so symbolic of the traditional Japanese way of life, that they are now regarded as a kind of folk art.
 
* {{translation|"Mingu"|民具|lit meaning=folk tools}} — as used in the name of this technique — are common, everyday items that have become so symbolic of the traditional Japanese way of life, that they are now regarded as a kind of folk art.
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== References ==
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Latest revision as of 20:19, November 23, 2014

Insect Jamming Technique[1]

Insect Jamming technique
Name
Kanji 蟲邪民具の術
Rōmaji Mushi Jamingu no Jutsu
Literal English Wicked Insect Folk Tools Technique
Viz manga Beetle Jamming Jutsu
Debut
Manga Chapter #517
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #262
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Aburame Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range Long-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

The user has a large amount of their kikaichū and has them spread out over a wide area around themselves. The insects then emit a small amount of the their host's respective chakra that they usually feed on. This confuses sensor-type shinobi's chakra-sensing ability, as the insects' irregular distribution and grouping together result in the creation of numerous false 'images' or chakra signals, making it more difficult to distinguish the user's actual location.

Trivia Edit

  • The name of this technique is another case of an English word being given kanji, similar to many techniques used by Kumogakure shinobi.
  • "Mingu" (民具; Literally meaning "folk tools") — as used in the name of this technique — are common, everyday items that have become so symbolic of the traditional Japanese way of life, that they are now regarded as a kind of folk art.

References Edit

  1. Fourth Databook, page 326

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